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However we did spot a 'Big Country Store' in Casa Grande so piled into that in search of the elusive saddle carrying bag and bridle bag. The girl on the till was in fits of giggles about our accents and JB did a rather good chat up job to find that she'd been born in Mildenhall England, at this point we left her chatting to Evan about his Mildenhall connection, while we had a scout around. Not a lot of guns, no saddle carrying bag or bridle bag so after JR had scored ...
... around on the main streets, so it has become a profitable business to purchase one and use it as a taxi cab. Therefore, every bar has three or four parked outside of it and they will give you a "free" home for a gratuity (i.e. whatever you can afford).
Unfortunately Laura's house was not within the golf cart limits so we had to take a regular cab, but she has a really nice place (with a yard and underground pool!) so for her sake it is well worth being outside of the cart zone.
... 3 of my good friends...and now it discover at least 1 is out of town for the holiday. Ratz!
We left Las Vegas at 71 degrees, but the temperated to climb all day. By the time we hit Tucson at 4PM it was 94 degrees outside! Moving down the roaid we were both pretty comfortable at about 80 degrees, but getting in and out to get our ...
We were up around 7 and headed straight for the Caverns again, so we could do the driving loop through the back country. It was a beautiful sunny, clear morning, slight breeze but much cooler - 37 degrees. We arrived around 8:30 and went to the gift shop. It was cooler at the top of the mountain - about 29 degrees. Dan hooked up the GoPro camera and we went on the loop road. What a ride on a ...
... Placing everything flat in the suitcase with the ends of each dress of pant draped over the sides. When everything is in, you just fold the tops and bottoms of the outfits into the suitcase. It worked for the good stuff, but now I'm faced with fitting the casual clothes as well.
Linda has made all the flight reservations and seat assignments for our trip on a 747.